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Aug 30, 2013 1:00pm EDT
program in the entire middle east. we know that the regime has used those weapons multiple times this year, and has used them on a smaller scale but still it has used them against its own people, including not very far from where last wednesday's attack happened. we know that the regime was specifically determined to rid the damascus suburbs of the opposition, and it was frustrated that it hadn't succeeded in doing so. we know that for three days before the attack the syrian regime's chemical weapons personnel were on the ground, in the area, making preparations, and we know that the syrian regime elements were told to prepare for the attack by putting on gas masks and taking precautions associated with chemical weapons. we know that these were specific instructions. we know where the rockets were launched from, and at what time. we know where they landed and when. we know rockets came only from regime-controlled areas and went only to opposition-controlled or contested neighborhoods, and we know, as does the world, that just 90 minutes later all hell broke loose in the social media. with
CNBC
Aug 26, 2013 1:00pm EDT
it is an opportunity. >> delta airlines long. >> international paper great way to play in the u.s. >> medical device syk. >> power lunch starts right now. >> power lunch and the second half of the trading day start right now. >> welcome to power lunch. that wild fire spreading right now. power and water for san francisco could be cut off. we are live for you. they have returned from the site of a chemical attack. is the u.s. expected to attack? we will talk about that with richard engel. we have the attorney who may change the way that americans invest in bonds forever. >> after steve ballmer steps aside, which chief executive is soon to follow? >> david? >> hey, sue, how are you doing? >> we are going to start with these pictures. the fire burning around yosemite national park. it is getting worse and threaten ing california. the latest word from the governor's office is that the water and power in san francisco is holding. the danger doesn't seem quite as bad at first. san francisco is 180 miles from here. the water and power supply come from the reswear which is in the park. crews have been tryin
CNBC
Aug 27, 2013 1:00pm EDT
picks up the ball right now. >> hello, welcome everyone, i'm sue herera, tyler is out today. the u.s. prepares for some sort of strike against syria after last week's suspected chemical attacks. >> yes, we have team coverage on the military situation and indeed the market impact. we start with we're down 130 on the dow. >> no rebound as all. the day traders in this market will see no bounce at all, may be inclined to get out more. you need a bounce and we're not seeing it. we're down several days in a row, not only stocks but interest rates on downside and that's key here. look at this, down 6% here. emerging markets. 6% and 7%. they trade in the united states, exchange traded funds, turkey, thailand, all down. the transports are the weakest major down today because of the airline stocks. that's not a surprise. crude rallied to a 6 week high. these are steep declines, airlines have had a good year as profits have increased and we have the yield curve flattening as well that usually means trouble for bank stocks, wells fargo down 2%, morgan stanley to the weak side. gold up, you say f
CNBC
Aug 13, 2013 1:00pm EDT
of not terrible news may make it pop. >> all right. that does it for us. have a great rest of the day. "power" starts right now. >>> "halftime" is over. the second half of your trading day begins now. >> a major airline merger grounded by the justice department, at least for now. how will u.s. airways and amr fly forward? the markets, a big story today. the dow deteriorating as you see there. well, deteriorating no more, ladies and gentlemen. look at that. it's come back in just the past few minutes, higher by 44 points, right now at 15,463. we're following, yes, that florida sinkhole. here it is. evidence. how can you tell if your property or the property you want to buy is in danger? we'll explore that one and more later this hour, but first to sue at the nyse. >> yeah, big recovery in the market which we'll get to in just a second, but we're starting with the still developing story. the justice department grounding the planned merger between u.s. airways and amr corp. investors not happen we either stock, as you can see. u.s. airways down 7.5%. amr is down had 43% to $3.33. phil lebeau is
CNBC
Aug 6, 2013 1:00pm EDT
the book on media ken aletta joins us. first to my partner ty down at the nyse today. >> thanks very much. the dow down again today. hit its lows about 11:00 and then i got in the car to come down here and then it started to come back. each passing block, as i drew nearer, the dow industrials rose a little higher. nonetheless, down about 82 points, about half a percent over the past couple of days. we're town 1%. 15,530.19, well above 15,000, up about 18% year to date as you see on that chart. let's take a look at the s&p and see where it stands, down again half a percent at 1699, nipping below 1,700. the nasdaq off 22 points, two-thirds of a percent and the russell, after sort of high after high at 1053 right now, down 9.99 points. ten-year note, there you see the yield at 2.66 and change, and gold down $19 an ounce at $1,282. that's the first time below that -- i guess below 1300 in a couple of weeks for gold. let's get some of the trading action here with bob pisani. a little fed speak, a little whatever. >> believe it or not, this is practically the weakest day since the end of june.
CNBC
Aug 28, 2013 1:00pm EDT
many believe will be the u.s.-led attack on syria. while the u.s. and other nations debate and prepare, the united states -- united nations is taking up the issue today but the war goes on. >>> back in the united states the big question for our economy is housing. is it in a comeback or a slowdown? >>> and our country, the united states of america, may be on the verge of becoming the world's low-cost manufacturer. heard it correctly. we'll find out whether longer term that's good for our quality of life and our economy. all of that is ahead. tyler is out this week. >>> we start with syria and where we stand. a senior u.s. official told cnbc, we are past the point of no return. an attack to begin within days. four guide missile destroyers as well submarines are maneuvering in the eastern mediterranean and loaded with tomahawk videos like this one in the file video. british propose a resolution at u.n. accusing syrian gov of carrying out chemical weapons attack. they complete their investigation this week in syria. u.n. secretary-general ban ki-moon said today u.n. inspectors in syria ne
CNBC
Aug 29, 2013 1:00pm EDT
, and welcome, everyone. a surprising upgrade to the u.s. economy offsetting those tensions in syria. as a result, gold, oil and the emerging markets also easing for now. but what will the rest of september bring? >>> then, will we strike and if so when? president obama says no decision has yet been made on military action against syria. we will speak about that with a former u.s. ambassador to syria and former u.s. secretary william cohen also joins us. >>> and google co-founder brennan and his wife calling it quits. brennan supposedly involved with another google employee. >>> simon hobbs is my partner here at the nyse. simon? >> you have the u.s. economy trumping fears for the moment on the fed and certainly the crisis in syria. they're up 2.5%. stronger growth, though. still questions of what will happen in the second half of the year. if you look at the market, strong gains in the dow for the second session were up 67 points. boeing responsible for about a quarter of that gain. verizon, ibm, united health, procter & gamble also helping. and what has lifted us to the upside in eq
CNBC
Aug 15, 2013 1:00pm EDT
decline. investors need to pay attention to what got us here. low interest rates, artificially low interest rates, debt pumping and everything else didn't matter. earnings didn't matter. as long as the feds were printing money to the extent they were, the stocks went higher. that is now no longer the case, at least from the perspective of september/october tapering possibilities. they've also started the process of tapering and tightening. that's the only thing that matters right now. >> doour you think the worst ofe interest rate rises are behind us? and there you see 2.78%. they've been moving up in the past couple of days on the 10-year. do you think the rises are behind us or ahead of us? >> i think in the short term, most of it is behind us, but in the next couple years, it's only just begun. again, it was cheap money that got us here, both in asset prices, in stocks, but certainly also in bonds. so you get a reversal of that, it's going to be a major headwind for stocks. >> let me pick it up with kenny. cheap money saved the world. >> we're normalizing here. this is a chic bu
CNBC
Aug 20, 2013 1:00pm EDT
you're long. >> downtown josh brown, tell us your final trade. >> i like bank of new york mellon. it's going higher. >> that does it for us today. don't forget to catch more "fast money" tonight at 5:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. "power lunch" begins right now. >>> "halftime is over." "power lunch" starts right now. >> the second half is right now, ladies and yes nen. markets trying to break a four-day losing streak. the focus turns to the emerging market. stocks there have been tanking. currencies falling sharply. is bad news overseas potentially good news for stocks here? let's take you through the retail detail, folks. best buy knocks it out of the park with its earnings. jcpenney shares surging despite a wider loss. is best buy's turnaround for real? we're going to take a look at how and whether it really is. and can jcpenney learn from it? >>> and while many americans struggle in this economy, our millionaire lawmakers in congress are getting even richer. an you guess who the richest member of congress is? think about it. we'll tell you later this hour. sue is off today. simon hobbs is
CNBC
Aug 7, 2013 1:00pm EDT
and the market should be getting used to that. notice interest rates not up. >> speaking of interest rates, perfect segue, bob, because we have the ten-year note up for auction today, and rick selly is at the cme. what's the demand like, ricky? >> well, first of all, the grade is c-mine us. many might say i was a little bit too kind. you know, it's really there's some nuances here we need to pay attention to. first of all, 24 billion, ten-year notes came to market. demand c-minus. the ultimate yield, 2.62. that yield is a bit lower than or higher than the 2.623. so we actually moved three basis points in the right direction, so the pricing was fine, but the new trend is light on the bid to cover. this bid to cover was 2.45. 2.81 is the ten auction average. you have to go to march of '09 to find a lower bid to cover. really strong indirect. very similar to yesterday. whopping 46.3%. the directs, we wasn't through that period of very light direct. they are starting to come back, but they are still not up to the ten auction average. this is a little over 15. i guess good news is dealers only
CNBC
Aug 14, 2013 1:00pm EDT
to the people who have spoken. give us a final trade. >> facebook. >> weiss? >> macy. >> joe? >> buy more netflix. >> bye-bye, "power "can the starts night. >>> "halftime" is over. the second half of your trading day begins now. >>> welcome, folks, i've been waiting all morning for you right here. big investors. now more vocal than ever about their moves? is it a good thing though for the rest of us or is tweeting for dollars manipulating the market? we'll discuss that. you got an apology. the ceo of aol days after the very public firing of an executive says i am sorry. should he be? have we gone a little mushy in the conference room? and here we're foolg following the crash of a ups cargo plane in alabama. new information coming out throughout the day. the very latest, plus fire sweeping through parts of iota including around several big-name ski areas. they are being threatened right now. we'll tell you about that, but, first, to sue at the new york stock exchange. >> good to see you, ty. we'll start with the markets right now. a down day right here on the floor of the nyse. the dow jon
CNBC
Aug 5, 2013 1:00pm EDT
like savan tech. >> and american airlines. 20% higher right now today. that does it for us. don't forget there's more fast at 5:00. have a great rest of the day @scottwapner. "power lunch" starts right now. >> "halftime" is over. "power lunch" and the second half of the trading day starts right now. >> good afternoon, everybody. refis, they are not driving in the revenues. rates scaring some respective homeowners away so how are the banks playing the lending game right now? they are loosening up on some of the high standards that kept some people out of the market. diana olick has the details in one minute. conversation or collusion? sources tell cnbc that bill ackman has filed a complaint about federal regulators against george soros for breaking insider trading rules by alerting other hedge funds about a big investment in herbalife, a company that ackman is shorting. are those guys ganging up on that guy? and amid a global terror alert, what are the airlines doing to make sure we are safe in the air? we'll explore that one, but, first, let's check in with sue at the nyse. sue?
CNBC
Aug 2, 2013 1:00pm EDT
us again, a professor from rutgers and former economist at the labor department. welcome to you all. kenny, i'll start with you. i want to take off on mr. bullard because that's really the newest new peg to the market. >> goes right to the point. he's right. need to see more data. as much as we continue to think it's starting to turn and in some points it's starting to turn but this was a big number and big miss. the whisper number was plus 200,000 so plus 160,000 is not the worst thing in the world but not the number the fed needs so once again it pushes that whole september conversation back which is why you said the market is not collapsing a little bit more because people are once again security ben is not going anywhere. >> fed chief is here to stay. >> i'd like to git get professor rogers into the conversation here and lay out a hypothesis and that is the economy is roughly stuck in the monday. as i look at the jobs numbers this morning i see sort of two economies, one that is -- that is thriving reasonably well and another that are having to take part-time jobs, low-paying jo
CNBC
Aug 9, 2013 1:00pm EDT
, and he'll join us in a minute. >>> terrible flooding out in the middle west. this is a ferrari. what a terrible waste, ladies and gentlemen. a ferrari is a terrible thing to waste. unfortunately, though, the damage goes far beyond that car, and that is just ahead. the rains have been coming down there. meantime, to sue at the nyse. >> thank you very much, ty. well, ty showed you the dow. this week has been a rough week for the bulls. right now the dow is down 89 parents, but it was down better than 150 at one point in the trading session, and we've had a significant percentage loss on the dow. right now the s&p and the nasdaq both fighting against the bulls in today's trading session. the s&p is down about a quarter of a percent and the nasdaq is down just a fraction. looks like it's trying to tick positive. the russell 2000 is positive. it's in the green by about 1/5 of a percent and in terms of interest rates we've seen a big drop in the ten-year yield, 2.59% on the ten-year. as for brent, last trade, up about -- better than .75%. west texas intermediate is up almost a full 2% and
CNBC
Aug 21, 2013 1:00pm EDT
. thank you very much. tyler, back to you. jim, and jeff join us now from chicago to talk more about the fed taper. jim, you heard what about pissani said there that it will be a baby step kind of thing. maybe $10 billion. sure, i think it will go from 85 to 65. i think it will be with fairly strong rhetoric saying that if volatility starts to get out-of-control. they are back in. the feds on fuse too. they are actually not the greatest teller of future events as well. >> we are trying to figure out the fed's hokey pokey. he wants to see the rates head up further. the bazooka you are talking about, letting the market calm down which brings treasury yields down. major support here in the long run and it held in on monday. >> here is the problem that i have. they have been effective with talking down long-term rates when they have tried it. >> it has been five years now. >> here is the problem that i have too. when the chairmanship switches, it seems to he wants higher rates. >> one major thing here that folks in the market the velocity of this move to nearly 3% the fed is troubled wit
CNBC
Aug 8, 2013 1:00pm EDT
it for us. "power lunch" starts now. >>> halftime is over. "power lunch" and the second half of the trading day starts now. >> scott, thank you very much. i smell a great show. markets go up, markets go down, when is a good time to buy? bulls, bears, raccoons all running on wall street. is it better to catch a falling knife and buy as stocks fall or try to catch the wave as it presses. or is it better to buy on the up swing? look at this video. the insurance institute for highway safety releasing new video of crash texts on smaller cars. which cars had safe dummies? and which cars have severely damaged dummies? >>> a fight for the ages. sylvester stallone versus bruce willis? superheroes, this is no movie. big money at stake, and they seem genuinely unhappy with each other. first, though, to sue at the new york stock exchange, where the bears and bulls are always at each other ace throats. >> instead. so far the bulls are winning. we begin with breaking news. the struggling retailer beginning the search for a new ceo. our corti reagan is here with the latest on this. courtney, over to you.
CNBC
Aug 16, 2013 1:00pm EDT
gerstein fisher growth us as does matt litvin manager of the william blair small mid-cap growth fund. welcome guys. nice to have you here. >> great to be here. >> i'm going to start with you because you have had a very good run for this market, but it's a down week. take a longer term per speccist for me and tell me what you do right now. >> sure. investors have obviously been well served by being invested in u.s. equities, but like other times we've seen in the past, investors have started to think about abandoning their foreign equities, their bonds and other parts of the portfolios. i think now is an important time to take a look at where you are strategically and pose down some of your exposure or add or maintain exposure to bonds and other asset classes that have not been in vogue for the year. it's a good opportunity to rebalance a portfolio. >> now when you say other areas, we've talked a lot this week about europe and how they seem to have come out of this slump. they have bottomed and are actually growing a little bit. would europe be on your list? >> absolutely. i think eur
CNBC
Aug 23, 2013 1:00pm EDT
both for joining us. let me kick off with you. how did you feel when you saw the news today that he was going. >> it was sort of a relief. we talked about this for a long time. volmer years ago said that he would only stay until his kids were through high school. we knew that this would come at some point. what is exciting about it is to bring in some new blood. it needs to be somebody from outside. who ever comes on is going to have the buy in from the board that they need to make the changes that they see the company needing. >> those changes are big. this is big tech. big tech is difficult to turn around be it dell, be it cisco or microsoft. it is not an easy job is it? no, it is a very tough job i was on your show back in may. i was on your show putting a succession plan in place. and the core business and there in lies the problem. he has not developed successors and that is a real problem. kevin turner the ceo is a real running mate. he has not taken advantage of the things coming along. bill, look -- >> i hope bill gates will permit that. he has done a good job stepping aside
CNBC
Aug 1, 2013 1:00pm EDT
up almost 1-1/2%. u.s. manufacturing growth in july rising to its highest level in two years. weekly jobless claims dropping to a five and a half year low. and bob ask knd kenny are here put it in perspective. that is my favorite, an 86% move. the bears would say that's being und underpinned by the bond buying, but the fundamentals are getting a little better. >> you could argue both sides of that because clearly i think a lot of people think it's due to the bond buying, but you have seen that getting better. the feds should start the bull back as well as several other areas around the world, but we saw it in europe today. the bank of england needs to continue their program kind of full steam ahead until we become more data dependent. this is partly a result, i think, of better numbers for sure, but also the fed is still sitting there. >> we move to the 1700 level on the s&p 500. >> we're at a very important number right now. the first half of the year, everybody apologized fort crummy earnings and said things will be better in the second half. they apologized for the economic move a
CNBC
Aug 19, 2013 1:00pm EDT
opportunity out there or is your money better off here in the u.s. with tapering right around the corner? >>> a big week for retail earnings, folks. the sector is up about 25% so far this year. and we will tell you the one thing, the one thing that is defining the retail winners and losers, and it will surprise you. and may actually make you a little queasy when you find out. >>> and the wildfires out west, huge, fast-growing blaze sparking mandatory evacuations in idaho. sun valley, that is the area that is apparently most at risk out there. we are going to go there for the latest on the battle to contain those fires. >>> sue is out today but simon hobbs is in at the nyse. talk to me, simon. >> hi, tyler. >> on the floor of the north korea -- new york stock exchange, it's a holding pattern. you will see an outperformance from the nasdaq. that's partly because of apple, partly because of intel. a lot of the talk is about where we are on international interest rates and the ten-year in particular after we have the sell-off last week which pushed the yield up 20 basis points. we're trading
CNBC
Aug 12, 2013 1:00pm EDT
down maybe a few percent. >> stephanie link? >> emerson electric. >> what that does it for us. more "fast" at 5:00. follow me on twitte twitter @scottwapnercnbc. >>> "halftime" is over. the second half of your trading day begins right now. >> scott, thank you very much. 1700, just a memory for the s&p now trading well below that mark, but is this then a good time to put some extra spare cash into the market? blackberry for sale. who knows really. the board of directors up in waterloo, ontario may be getting very serious now. who would buy blackberry? who might the partners be? we'll ask those questions in 30 seconds, and is florida sinking? days after tiger woods said his $50 million home was on shaky ground, a resort near orlando falls into the earth. first though to sue down at the nyse. hi, sue. >> hi, ty. pretty dramatic pictures there. stocks, meanwhile, well off the lows of the day. right now let's take a look at how the dow and s&p are faring. right now the dow jones industrial average is off 14 points and the s&p is off about 2. more markets in a minute. first though as ty m
CNBC
Aug 22, 2013 1:00pm EDT
, you thipg abo -- think about the exchanges told us they needed to become for-profit exchanges, needed to become public so they could modernize their equipment, so they could be ready for things exactly like this. it seems as though the pace of these glitches over the last five years are accelerating as more and more things are being done electronically. >> you look at some of the flash crashes from a couple years ago, some of the crashes. if i'm an outside market participant and i already feel like the system is rigged to the big guys' favor, i see more and more stuff like this. it is just a baseball back to the continued need of market confidence. >> i think what you do right here, and if i was back in the days of ten years ago managing 300 traders, i would put the directive out to every one of them, we don't put the orders back in the open wech. we want to see if it's back working for 60 minutes. we need to be patient. we wait to determine what the actual causality of this is, and i would say that this is specific to the nasdaq. i don't think this is specific to the new york stock e
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